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Eurozone Documents | 24 January 2018 Government Bonds Can Cope With an End to QE. Can C orporates?
Bond markets didn't panic when the ECB announced its intention further to reduce the pace of QE this year, to €30B per month from €60B in 2017.

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24 January 2018 Government Bonds Can Cope With an End to QE. Can C orporates?

By Claus Vistesen

Bond markets didn't panic when the ECB announced its intention further to reduce the pace of QE this year, to €30B per month from €60B in 2017.

Posted: 23rd Jan 2018 in 'Eurozone Documents'

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